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Why Singing Isn’t Enough

How worshipping God has less to do with music than we think—and more to do with the ‘doing’.

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God Is Calling for a New Sound of Worship

If we truly want the power of God's presence in our worship, we must break out of all religious ruts and be willing to sing a new song. Will you accept this new sound? 

What Grace Is and Isn’t

As His free gift to us, grace gives us access to God’s power for everything we need in life. But amid the current-day distortions of grace, it’s crucial that we get a true revelation of this undeserved favor of God.

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How to Finish Strong

Success in the Christian life is not measured by how you start. What’s most important is whether you are standing at the end of the race.

The Church of Dry Bones

Today many Christians have gone into spiritual hibernation. The Lord longs to draw these disenfranchised people out of their dry wilderness back into a vital relationship with Him. 

The Day I Didn’t Blame God

Karen Jensen loved traveling with her husband as they ministered full-time and planted churches throughout the country. But when he suddenly died in his sleep in 1997, she was faced with pastoring a congregation in Boise, Idaho, and an uncertain future. Instead of blaming God and giving up, she’s found new meaning to God’s faithfulness—and a new life in ministry.

Are You All In?

Why God calls us to complete consecration—right before He’s about to do something amazing

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Another View of the Prosperity Gospel

Jesus focused on the joy of giving, not on the promise of return. Yet what some ministers teach today about money often encourages greed.

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